The Daily Beam - Apr 1st, 2024
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April 1, 2024
Camera simulation tools speed up the machine vision validation process, saving time and money.

HÜBNER Photonics proudly announces the next generation of the VALO femtosecond lasers. The new Tidal delivers pulse durations typically 40 fs at 2 W of output power. Due to the exceptional peak power and the integrated dispersion pre-compensation unit it is an ideal tool for nonlinear applications like high harmonic imaging, broadband terahertz generation, and nonlinear wafer inspection.

In this episode: a novel approach may advance next-gen electronics, a microscopy setup boosts biological discoveries, and a theoretical model promotes flying qubits.
Quantum 2.0 technologies—including timing, computing, networking, and sensing—require much tighter control of light.

Commercialising Quantum Global returns to London, to enable your organisation to benefit from one of the world’s most powerful emerging technologies. Over 120 speakers will take the stage to discuss the promise, peril, applications, limitations, hype & reality of quantum technology. New for 2024: Reflect upon the business opportunities enabled by the science of light in a photonics-focused half-day.

Join us April 18th at 2 p.m. ET for a review of the technologies and techniques for effective laser power measurement, with a story or two about where a laser power measurement went horribly wrong.
Dr. Michael Kajeton Barnoski, inventor of the optical time-domain reflectometer, passed away peacefully on February 23, 2024.

The program recognizes excellence in the optics and photonics community. If your product is original, innovative, saves your client money, is more efficient than products currently available, and has a novel approach, complete your nomination today.